London, United Kingdom, November 03, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Percypt platform leverages collective intelligence, complex algorithms, and behavioural psychology - to dramatically improve forecasts. It’s the first platform of its kind that has been built for simple, scalable, self-service use by any team or organisation. The user friendly dashboard, makes benefiting from collective insight as easy as 1,2,3.
1) Ask your questions,
2) Invite your staff or wider networks,
3) Track your forecasts
Crucially teams get real-time results, that are continuously updating to reflect new information.
CEO Karl Mattingly says: “This is a game changer. Surveys, polls and traditional management reporting only show a static moment in time, a snapshot really. Rationale comments, trend and demographic analysis uncovers deeper insight which leads to better decisions.”
Decisions are built on forecasts. Inaccurate forecasts whether on small project or major strategic shift, derail organisational effectiveness and growth. As the Harvard Business review reports, only 1% of companies hit their financial forecast over three years, and only one out of five are with 5%. Overall companies were off by 13%, which impacted shareholder value by 6%.
Commenting on the launch of Percypt, CEO Karl Mattingly said: “Percypt offers a new solution to businesses who want to improve their bottom line by making better decisions. Leaders need to look to the insight and collective intelligence of their workforce to help answer the questions that affect their business to avoid costly mistakes, and reduce risk.”
Percypt has launched with a free version, available now for up to 50 users. Search Percypt to find out more.
About Dysrupt Labs
Dysrupt Labs is home to a portfolio of collective intelligence businesses commercialising the increased accuracy of collective forecasts; Almanis - a public global prediction site; Percypt- a private, secure collective forecasting platform, and and Pyfina an investment funds management business. Each line of business builds on the research into collective intelligence. Collective intelligence emerges from the collaboration and opinions of a group of individuals. When properly organised, collective intelligence dramatically improves forecasting future events.
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